The Doom Soundtrack is Getting a Physical Release

Ready to relive that experience through Hell?

By Jon Stevens. Posted 04/19/2018 00:00 Comment on this     ShareThis

The soundtrack to Id Software’s recent Doom reboot will be getting a physical release on vinyl and CD later this summer.

The release is a collaboration with distributor Laced Records and there will be several different versions available, including a deluxe double CD and, for a slightly higher cost, a limited edition four-disc vinyl edition. You can read full details on the different options below:

Deluxe Double CD: Featuring a premium triple gatefold sleeve and available direct from Laced Records and participating retailers worldwide (RRP: $15.00)

Double LP: Pressed on 180g blood red vinyl and complete with premium packaging this version features 20 favorite tracks selected by the developers themselves. Available direct from Laced Records and participating retailers worldwide (RRP: $35.00)

Special Edition X4LP: Cut at the legendary Abbey Road Studios this four-disc vinyl set is encased within double hard slip cases and features premium printed inner sleeves with DOOM artwork. Pressed on black vinyl it includes the full DOOM soundtrack and is available to pre-order direct from Laced Records store and participating retailers worldwide (RRP: $80.00)

Special Limited Edition X4LP: The four-disc special edition comes with all the bells and whistles of the Standard Edition X4LP but is pressed on 180g blood red vinyl and adds the Deluxe Double CD, plus a custom turntable slipmat. The Special Edition is only available via pre-order for a 14-day window ending 2nd May 2018 direct from the Laced Records store only. (RRP: $100.00)

The music was composed by Mick Gordon (a long-time Bethesda collaborator) and features dark and intense industrial metal “to mirror Doom’s trademark brutal power fantasy gameplay”. All versions of the physical soundtrack are expected to ship during Q3 2018.

Doom itself was released on Switch back in November 2017. We gave it an editors’ choice award and, in his review, Andy Hoover called it “one helluva game” (pun very much intended).

Source: Polygon

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